Supporting You

Our support is for anyone affected by any type of brain tumour. Whether you're a patient, carer, family or friend we're here to help when you need it.
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Five of us at the Hammer Out Awareness Day in the Mustard Tree Cancer Centre at Derriford Hospital today (9.11.13) R-L Me, Julie Liddle, Robyn, Katrina Pearce, Ann Coles. :)

Five of us at the Hammer Out Awareness Day in the Mustard Tree Cancer Centre at Derriford Hospital today R-L Me, Julie Liddle, Robyn, Katrina Pearce, Ann Coles.

Something different to try at our Coventry Support Group meeting in January!

Something different to try at our Coventry Support Group meeting in January!

Support Groups help share experience and also friendship and laughter

Support Groups help share experience and also friendship and laughter

Our Worcestershire Brain Tumour Support Group's annual walk to contribute their 'miles' to the IBTA's ‘Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours’.

Our Worcestershire Brain Tumour Support Group's annual walk to contribute their 'miles' to the IBTA's ‘Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours’.

9th November 2013 - An information and support awareness day for anyone living in Devon and Cornwall who is affected by a brain tumour diagnosis.

November 2013 - An information and support awareness day for anyone living in Devon and Cornwall who is affected by a brain tumour diagnosis.

What words of wisdom would you offer to a newly diagnosed patient or family? - From those who have been there.

If your life has been affected by a brain tumour, help is here. Our mission is to reach every person in Canada affected by a brain tumour with support, education, information and research.

Staffordshire Brain Tumour Information & Support Day  -  Thursday 21st February 2013  -  Discover the range of help that is available for families affected by a brain tumour diagnosis.

Staffordshire Brain Tumour Information & Support Day - Thursday February 2013 - Discover the range of help that is available for families affected by a brain tumour diagnosis.

Each year we hold a Family Fun Day - a relaxing, fun, social day with something for everyone to enjoy. This year it was held at Upton Warren Outward Bound Centre. There was the chance to try all sorts of activities, as well as just enjoying the fresh air and a picnic, and it didn't even rain! Thanks to Phil Ascough at the Centre and to Oakland International for enabling it to happen.

Each year we hold a Family Fun Day - a relaxing, fun, social day with something for everyone to enjoy. This year it was held at Upton Warren Outward Bound Centre. There was the chance to try all sorts of activities, as well as just enjoying the fresh air and a picnic, and it didn't even rain! Thanks to Phil Ascough at the Centre and to Oakland International for enabling it to happen.

The Value of Support Groups -   Lamont Howie of BBC Radio Stoke talks to members of Hammer Out's North Staffordshire Support Group about their experiences of living with a brain tumour and the value of being part of a support group.

The Value of Support Groups - Lamont Howie of BBC Radio Stoke talks to members of Hammer Out's North Staffordshire Support Group about their experiences of living with a brain tumour and the value of being part of a support group.

Members of the Worcestershire Support Group meet at one of their regular socials - this one a country walk where dogs are more than welcome!

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The Hammer Out Patient & Carer Conference takes place at the end of March each year. Here are some of the team who helped make this year's event the most successful yet. Over a weekend we bring together patients, families, carers, medical professionals and leading figures within the field of brain tumour research and treatment. Two days of shared knowledge and information, as well as support, relaxation, good food and fun!

The Hammer Out Patient & Carer Conference takes place at the end of March each year. Here are some of the team who helped make this year's event the most successful yet. Over a weekend we bring together patients, families, carers, medical professionals and leading figures within the field of brain tumour research and treatment. Two days of shared knowledge and information, as well as support, relaxation, good food and fun!

Regular support group meetings are held across the South West and Midlands. They are friendly, relaxed and informal gatherings providing support, guidance, information and friendship, and new members are always welcome. Check our website for details of times and venues - www.hammerout.co.uk

Regular support group meetings are held across the South West and Midlands. They are friendly, relaxed and informal gatherings providing support, guidance, information and friendship, and new members are always welcome. Check our website for details of times and venues - www.hammerout.co.uk

Insightful interview on BBC Radio Stoke with one of Hammer Out's Patient & Family Support Workers and a member of the Staffordshire Brain Tumour Support Group

Insightful interview on BBC Radio Stoke with one of Hammer Out's Patient & Family Support Workers and a member of the Staffordshire Brain Tumour Support Group

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